The College of Anaesthesiologists of East, Central and Southern Africa is deeply saddened to announce the untimely death of Dr Edson Chikumba. Dr Chikunda joined CANECSA as a Founding Fellow and served as the Chairman of the Finance and General Purposes Committee from 2014. A memorial service will be held on November 21st. May he
HERE WE ARE – A LONG AWAITED MOMENT FOR CANECSA! On October 7th, Membership (MCA) and Fellowship (FCA) candidates sat the very first written exams of the College of Anaesthesiologists of East, Central and Southern Africa (CANECSA). The College is thrilled to mark this important occasion in its history. “This has been a long-awaited moment
CANECSA is now providing a dedicated webpage with information on COVID 19 for Anaesthesiologists – www.cancesa.com/covid with thanks to our partners, the College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland. Regularly updated information on COVID 19 for Anaesthesiologists is available here. Regularly updated information on the COVID 19 pandemic in East, Central and Southern Africa is available here.
The inaugural CANECSA Membership and Fellowship examinations will be held in 2020. Examinations will be held in two parts – a written examination, which will be held in each CANECSA member country with registered candidates on October 8th. Candidates who are successful in the written exam will be invited to sit the clinical exam, which
New collaborative programme launched to increase access to anaesthesia care for surgical patients in East, Central and Southern Africa
A new multi-national anaesthesia partnership programme for East, Central and Southern Africa has been launched today. This programme is funded by the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and aims to provide access to safer and more affordable anaesthesia care for those in need of surgery in the region. Developed as a collaboration between